Lindsay Lohan Says She'll Never Move Back to Hollywood

Apparently living in London has helped her clean up her act.

Update, 6/24: Responsible adult Lindsay Lohan has heard living abroad makes one a well-rounded person, so although she has been doing that since winning a part in David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow, she would now like to reside in London forever, please.

Speaking with Hello! magazine (via Digital Spy), the suddenly low-key actress says that if the UK will have her, she will apply for citizenship. "I'm in a really good place. I'm blessed to have been able to do a play in London and start a different way of life. New York is very fast-paced, and it's not like that over here for me. You grow up and change, and I'm really happy about that, as overall I feel a lot better. Moving here was a new start for me, and my outlook on life is different now."

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Last month, she finally completed her 125 hours of community service, so SHE'S FREE AT LAST the timing's right too.

Original post, 12/15: Lindsay Lohan credits two things for her current streak of sobriety: Oprah (naturally), and London.

In an interview with the Guardian, the actress thanks Oprah for intervening in her life, giving her self-help books, and producing her OWN docu-series. But London is what sealed the deal.

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Lohan had a three-month run on the West End in David Mamet's play Speed-the-Plow, in which she performed eight times a week. Defying expectations, she didn't miss a single show, and says she can't wait to do more theater. In fact, Lohan plans to make London her permanent residence.

"In L.A. I didn't know what to do apart from go out every night," the 28-year-old said. "That's when my friends were free. And I would go out and there would be all these cameras there and that's when it became difficult."

But London has given the admittedly troubled star a new lease on life. "I won't live in L.A. again, hell no," she said. "You turn on the news in L.A. and it is all gossip about people. [...] I haven't heard myself mentioned on TV since I've been here. That has been really weird for me—and great."

Overall, Lohan said living in London has turned her into a real-life adult, letting her grow into her late twenties in peace without photographers knocking down her door. "I needed to grow up," she said, "and London is a better place for me to do that than anywhere else."

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